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Burnout in the ER: Examining Factors That Impact Nurses

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    Emergency departments are demanding, causing ER nurses to experience high levels of work-related stress, and they're at a higher risk of burnout now more than ever before. But what are the causes and factors specific to emergency nurses that can lead to burnout, and why are these nurses leaving their positions? Those are the exact questions a recent study sought to answer, and here to break down the results with Dr. Charles Turck is Dr. Allison Norful, adult nurse practitioner and Assistant Professor of Nursing at Columbia School of Nursing.

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    Emergency departments are demanding, causing ER nurses to experience high levels of work-related stress, and they're at a higher risk of burnout now more than ever before. But what are the causes and factors specific to emergency nurses that can lead to burnout, and why are these nurses leaving their positions? Those are the exact questions a recent study sought to answer, and here to break down the results with Dr. Charles Turck is Dr. Allison Norful, adult nurse practitioner and Assistant Professor of Nursing at Columbia School of Nursing.

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Schedule19 Apr 2024